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Gold's Gym® 65cm Stay Ball

Gold's Gym® 65cm Stay Ball


Reg: $29.99

Now: $21.99

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The Gold's Gym® Stayball offers an innovative solution to the problem of losing balance. The Stayball's breakthrough design keeps the ball in place, so users can safely change positions and perform various exercises without losing their balance. No more chasing the ball across the room or fumbling to complete a workout! The Stayball maintains the key function of an exercise ball-engaging core muscles with its dynamic surface. Using the Stayball strengthens the core muscles, the source of good posture, balance, and stability. The Stayball comes with everything you need to get rolling (without actually rolling an inch): a dual-action hand pump for easy inflation, a workout DVD with two 30-minute workouts and an exercise chart to teach proper form. The same revolutionary innovation that keeps the StayBall in place also allows consumers to use the ball as a 5-pound weight. Used as a weight, the StayBall provides added resistance and increased calorie-burn to even the simplest exercise. Gold's Gym 65cm Stay Ball.

California Prop 65 Warning
WARNING:This product contains one of more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm, including DEHP, a phthalate chemical.

Customer Reviews for the Gold's Gym® 65cm Stay Ball

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 Not Made to Last.
By sm (Monroe, NC) on Jan 16, 2009
I have been using the Gold Gym 65 cm balls for two years. I really like the versatility of the ball but unfortunately, their life span must be limited to a year or less. My third and last ball "exploded" today while not being used. The first two balls developed small leaks that eventially grew to... (Read more)
 75cm version from Wal Mart
By Ishkatan (Frederick, Md.) on Feb 12, 2009
I just got a 75cm Gold's Gym Stayball at Wal-Mart. On one side I love it because it is the right size (93-95inch diameter) but on the other I am frustrated because it loses air very slowly, particularly when it is inflated so that it is very hard. I need it to be very hard because I use it as a ch... (Read more)
 initial inflation
By SteveS (Houston, TX) on May 9, 2009
I pumped up my 75-cm ball (from Wal-Mart) out of the box per the instructions and it seems very taut at 83-in circumference, even though the instructions say blow it up to 93 inches. Maybe I've got a 65-cm ball, even though the label on the box says 75cm. How do I know?